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assertive.code

A set of predicates and assertions for checking the properties of code. Most of the documentation is on the assertive page. End-users will usually want to use assertive directly.

Installation

To install the stable version, type:

install.packages("assertive.code")

To install the development version, you first need the devtools package.

install.packages("devtools")

Then you can install the assertive.code package using

library(devtools)
install_bitbucket("richierocks/assertive.code")

Predicates

is_binding_locked checks to see if a variable has had its binding locked (that is, has been made read-only).

is_debugged checks to see if a function has a debugging flag set on it.

is_error_free, wraps try, running the code and returning TRUE if no error was thrown. (The results of running the code are also returned in an attribute.)

is_existing checks to see if a variable exists in a given environment.

is_if_condition checks if a variable is suitable for use as an if condition (that is, it is TRUE or FALSE).

is_loaded checks whether or not a DLL (shared object) has been loaded.

is_valid_r_code checks whether a string is valid (parseable) R code.

is_valid_variable_name checks whether a string is a valid R variable name.

Assertions

Predicates that return a vector have two corresponding assertions. For example, is_valid_variable_name has assert_all_are_valid_variable_names and assert_any_are_valid_variable_names.

Predicates returning a single logical value have one corresponding assertion. For example, is_debugged has assert_is_debugged.

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install.packages('assertive.code')

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0.0-1

License

GPL (>= 3)

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Last Published

October 6th, 2015

Functions in assertive.code (0.0-1)